Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, Twenty One Pilots, The Strokes Headlining 2019 Lollapalooza
Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, Twenty One Pilots, The Strokes, The Chainsmokers, Kacey Musgaves, Lil Wayne, Meek Mill and Hozier will play at the Lollapalooza festival, which is set to run Aug. 1-4 in Chicago.
This Is When The Strokes Guitarist Learned How to Tie a Tie
With the release of Albert Hammond, Jr.'s tie collection with designer Elliot Aronow's Jacques-Elliott label, we chatted with the rocker about his keen style eye and upcoming album.
Ryan Gentles and Wiz Kid Management Join C3 Roster
Austin-based independent concert promoter, event producer and artist management company opens New York office on the Bowery, July 1.
Jake Bugg, Hailed as the Next Bob Dylan, Battles the Hype Machine — And Loses: Concert Review
Bored or just British? The 19-year-old embraces his next-big-thing status at the expense of a New York City audience.
The Strokes Guitarist Talks New Solo Album, Sobriety, Going Indie (Q&A)
As his band goes on hiatus again, Albert Hammond Jr. discusses the steps that led to his best solo work yet — the new EP, "AHJ."
The Strokes’ Albert Hammond Jr.: ‘I Used to Shoot Cocaine, Heroin and Ketamine’
The musician opens up about his past drug addiction ahead of the release of his new EP.
The Strokes Announce New Album: ‘Comedown Machine’
The New York City band's fifth LP will be released on March 26.
The Strokes Release New Song, ‘One Way Trigger,’ Ahead of New Album
The New York City-based band returns with its first new song since the release of 2011 album "Angles."
The Strokes to Release Fifth Studio Album
The single "All The Time” will likely precede the new record coming later this year.
Johnny Depp, Guitarist, Surprises Crowd at Tom Petty Tribute Show
The actor played "Mary Jane's Last Dance" with Ke$ha on vocals at a gig that featured members of The Strokes, The Black Keys and Kings of Leon.
Stars of Film, TV and Music Run Down a Dream at Petty Fest: Playing Heartbreaker for a Night
Johnny Depp, Justin Bartha, Sarah Silverman, members of The Strokes, Black Keys and Kings of Leon were among the bold-faced names who turned out to cover Tom Petty's hits for a charity event held at L.A.'s El Rey Theatre.
Pearl Jam Celebrates 20th Anniversary With Two-Day Festival (Video)
The event, featuring performances by The Strokes and Queens of the Stone Age, took place this weekend in East Troy, Wisconsin.